Last post Sep 07, 2016 12:56 PM by balu.devara
Sep 07, 2016 08:20 AM|sudip_inn|LINK
service-based database is local db or sql server express ? how it is different in terms of features ?
please update me with info. thanks
Sep 07, 2016 12:56 PM|balu.devara|LINK
A service-based database is a database that is only accessed through a server. It uses an MDF data file, which is SQL Server format. To be able to connect to a SQL Server database the SQL Server service must be running, because it's that that processes
your requests and access the data file.
A local database is one that is local to your application only. It uses an SDF data file, which is SQL Server CE (Compact Edition) format. There is no need to install a server to access an SDF database. You simply distribute the DLLs that constitute SSCE
along with your app and access the data file directly.
You'd normally only use SSCE if the data was to be accessed by your app only and there was a relatively small amount of data. For your project you would use SQL Server. For testing purposes you can use the free Express Edition. When deployed you might
still use SSEE or you might use a full version of SQL Server. Note that Microsoft include SSEE with their own RMS POS software. SSEE is limited to databases of 4GB though, so even if you start out with SSEE and it can handle the load, you may still have to
upgrade at some point in the future based on data capacity.
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